The Interlinear Hebrew-English Bible, Old Testament, Volume three
Content is good, but the printing is poor.
The content of the book is fine. A great tool for Bible study, however the quality of the printing is very poor. The vowel points are smeared and hard to read or not there altogether. Sometimes the Strongs numbers are jammed down on the text.
I have a Hendrickson Bible where the quality of the print is good, but there are lots of printing errors. It was printed in China and the person who proofread the text, must not have understood English very well, because some of the errors are glaring.
February 26, 2013
I use it with Strong's Exaustive Condordance in my personal research confirming what various bible translations are presenting. I appreciate that God's name commonally pronounced as Jehovah is actually written in the bible thousands of times instead of the titles LORD and GOD.
October 17, 2011
this is a grate book for studying the Bible
this is prart of an awesome set. if you whant to realy dig in to the bible these books are grate.
April 22, 2011
A Must Have for Searching the Truth of Gods Word.
"The Interlinear Bible" published By Hendrickson, and Jay P. Green Sr. as the General Editor and Translator; this is a must have for those in search of the specific translations within the Bible. It is a wonderful thing when reproofing scriptures; to open to a page where one sees Hebrew, Aramaic, English and of course Greek, taken from the Codex. It is in four Volumes of about 700 pages per book, Keyed to the Strongs numbers useing the King James Bible as our reference. A great way for everyone to read the Bible as it is, was, and always will be; The Word of God. You will pass this down, generation after generation. Never such works have been offered at such an in expensive Price. . . . Thanks to CBD.com
March 28, 2011